2013 – 2020
- The Embraer Lineage 1000E interior has five independent cabin zones that can be tailored to your needs.
- Food and beverage service standards are elevated by a fully equipped two-sided galley.
- The Honeywell Ovation® Select cabin management system offers passengers a broad range of cabin entertainment, control and integrated communications.
- The Lineage 1000E is capable of negotiating restrictive airports, such as Teterboro, Aspen and London City.
- Fly-by-wire technology and a Honeywell Primus Epic avionics system reduces pilot workload while enhancing safety, handling, and performance.
Overview & History
The Lineage 1000E is based on the platform of the Embraer 190 regional jet. The original Lineage 1000 was launched in May 2006, had its first flight in October 2007, and entered service in May 2009.
Much like the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) which is based on the 737 platform or the Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJs) based on the A320 family, the 1000E sits well in the VIP Airliner category but is at the smaller end of the scale.
The E-Jet family (on which this aircraft is based), is a series of narrow-body short to medium-range twin-engine jet airliners.
The family entered production in 2002 and has been a huge success in the regional airliner world, especially in the United States.
After seven years of production, Embraer introduced the 1000E variant of the Lineage 1000, increasing the range of the aircraft, along with new features in regard to in-flight entertainment and cockpit options.
Embraer Lineage 1000E Performance
The 1000E is powered by two wing-mounted General Electric CF34-10E turbofan engines, producing 18,500 lbf of thrust each (37,000 lbf total). When Embraer developed the 1000E they took an already successful aircraft and made tweaks to make it even better.
For example, Embraer made new refinements to the aerodynamics of the 1000E and reduced the weight. This change increased the range to 4,600 nautical miles and a maximum cruise speed of 472 knots.
Embraer Lineage 1000E Interior
The interior of the Lineage 1000E is hard to compare with other jets in the segment due to the design, tastefulness, and opulence of the interior.
The cabin is 84 feet long, measures 6 foot 7 inches vertically, so even the tallest individuals can stroll the aisle without craning their neck.
The perfect aircraft if you wish to work in the air, dine, kick back and relax or if you want to sleep during a night flight.
With the option of a master suite that features a walk-in shower and large bed, you can be sure you will arrive at your destination refreshed and ready to attack the day.
A fully equipped two-sided galley is the perfect way to prepare gourmet-level cuisine while you are flying.
Featuring a fully digital Honeywell Ovation Select cabin management system, passengers can select from a wide range of cabin entertainment, fully control the cabin ambiance and communications systems onboard.
All this maximizes in-flight comfort and productivity. When aboard a Lineage 1000E you will find five luxurious cabin zones to accommodate an area to dine, entertain, work and relax.
If you are optioning the aircraft from new there are hundreds of configurations and combinations of zones that you can choose from.
Additionally, the 1000E features one of the largest baggage compartments in the private jet industry, with 323 cubic feet of walk-in storage, along with a 120 cubic foot external compartment.
The cockpit of this aircraft is where things start to get even more exciting. Featuring the fly-by-wire controls (which also provide a smooth ride during flight), and the Honeywell Primus Epic avionics that put advanced technology right at the fingertips of the pilots.
The cockpit remains very similar to its regional airliner sibling – a tried and tested cockpit and avionics set up – so you can be sure that it is safe and efficient for operation. Features included in the Honeywell Primus Epic are as follows:
- Standard avionics meet all requirements for global operations
- Reliability is proven by more than fifteen million hours of flight time on the Lineage 1000E and E-Jets’ airframes
- Fly-by-wire flight controls
- Cat IIIa capable
- Dual Cursor Control Devices (CCD)
- RNP AR 0.3
- Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS)
- Windshear detection
- Runway Awareness and Advisory System (RAAS)
- ACARS with 3rd VHF Modes
- Lightning Sensor System
Embraer Lineage 1000E Charter Cost
It is estimated that the hourly charter cost of an Embraer Lineage 1000E is $11,700 per hour.
Of course, this price will vary depending on a number of factors.
The Lineage 1000E comes in at just over $50 million as its base variant, making it good value compared with business jets in a similar price range.
Compared with the Bombardier Global 5000, Dassault Falcon 7X, and Gulfstream G600, the 1000E features a much larger cabin.
However, due to this increase in size operational costs are likely to be higher and the range of airports that can be visited will be severely restricted. However, it is $20 million – $40 million less than the BBJs and ACJs of the world.
If looking for a pre-owned Lineage there are so good deals available, especially considering there are approximately 30 units in the sky.
For a ten-year-old Lineage 1000 you can expect to pay $15 million – $19 million, which, considering the size and luxury of the aircraft, makes it phenomenal value for money.
|Range: 4,600 nm||Number of Passengers: 19||Baggage Capacity: 443 Cubic Feet|
|Cruise Speed: 472 knots||Cabin Pressure: 8.8 PSI||Max Take-Off Weight: 120,591 lbs|
|Ceiling: 41,000 feet||Cabin Altitude: 7,000 feet||Max Landing Weight: — lbs|
|Take-Off Distance: 6,076 feet||Production Start: 2013|
|Landing Distance: 2,038 feet||Production End: 2020|
|Exterior Length: 118.9 feet||Engine Manufacturer: General Electric|
|Exterior Height: 34.7 feet||Engine Model: CF34-10E7-B|
|Wingspan: 90.9 feet||Fuel Burn: 626 Gallons per Hour|
|Interior Length: 84.3 feet|
|Interior Width: 8.8 feet|
|Interior Height: 6.6 feet|
|Interior/Exterior Ratio: 71%|